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Safeguarding & Child Protection

Safeguarding children, within all SOLA schools, is at the heart of our ethos.  We ensure that all policies embed the guidance from Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2020) and Working Together to Safeguard Children (July 2018).

With the recent publication of historic experiences of sexual assault and abuse, the government and NSPCC are working together to ensure victims are signposted to support.  The dedicated NSPCC Helpline-Report Abuse in Education-launched on 1st April 2021) and can be contacted by phone 0800 136 663, or by emailing help@nspcc.org.uk

We understand how important it is that our children are empowered to speak up about things that they don’t feel are right.

Our new Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) focuses on important issues, in an age appropriate way, such as personal privacy, consent and challenging stereotypes about gender.

Jigsaw, our approach to RSHE, takes children and young people’s safety very seriously and aims to equip them to lead safe, happy and healthy lives.  More details of how Jigsaw PSHE approach safeguarding and consent, in age appropriate ways, can be found by clicking the PDF.?

 Jigsaw PSHE Approach 

Our latest GSG Safeguarding Newsletter can also be found HERE with lots of useful information for parents. 

 

Is your child ready to go out without you? Here is a really useful guide from the NSPCC to ascertain whether your child is ready and how to discuss going out alone with your child.

  

 

Useful External Agency Support Contact Details

 

Contact Details for Support from External Agencies

 

Online Safety Advice for Parents and Carers

 

 

 

 

Letter from Mr Mead regarding Online Safety

Conversation Starters for Parents

Policing Vs Parenting Online Gaming Parents guide

Be Kind Online for Children

Sexting Parents guide

Tik Tok Parents guide

UK age restrictions for social media

WhatsApp parents guide